What is Festivus without a whole lot of poles… and we’ve got a fine collection of poles for you here. Enjoy!
Frank McAleavey and his kids made a display to celebrate Festivus and to educate the neighborhood. Accorrding to Frank, “The neighbors really don’t know what to think. It’s not like they talk to me much anyway. About 5 minutes ago a family pulled up, got out and took pictures standing next to Frank Costanza. It was completely worth all the hard work just to see little kids screaming ‘look it’s a Festivus Pole!'” Love it!
Michelle Visco Lewis reports the pole has been pulled out from the crawl space and she’s leaving it up to her daughter to take care of putting up the pole. She is certainly raising that child correctly!
James Fields wishes everyone a “Happy Festivus” from Suwanee, GA, and shows us how to erect the pole in an easy-going southern style. You just lean it up against the wall and let the strength of the pole support the house.
Michael Daniels from Allegheny Acres, PA, uses the pole as a symbol of strength for his favorite sports team. You gotta support the team!
Craig Kopra shows how he leaves the Festivus pole outside on a snowy Grand Island, NY, day. It’s nice to leave it outside so the neighbors can enjoy his belief system, as well.
Eric Garbarczyk from Winter Springs, FL, posted a photo of his Festivus pole, including all the grievances made on Festivus Eve. What is everyone grieving? Apparently a lack of orgasm tops the list.
Adam Fidler from New Franken, WI, would like to show us his good-looking pole. It certainly makes the tree look like an afterthought. Adam pointed out, “The tree’s strength to weight ratio is less than ideal.”
Happy Festivus everyone and thanks for sharing on “I Celebrate Festivus“!